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From: Michael Murphy
Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2015 11:27 AM
To: Patty Generali
Subject: Cougar Photos
I flew the Cougar this week at Crows Landing,
an abandoned naval airfield. BVM rep Steve Dimaio did the maiden and
got it trimmed out—thanks Steve. The plane flies great, looks good
in the air, and is easy to land. BVM customer support was very
responsive to all my questions. I look forward to flying it again.
From: Roberto Zelaya
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2015 2:22 PM
Subject: Cougar photos
Dear Patty, I would like to share with you some photos of my BVM PNP
I hope you like them as much as I am enjoying this amazing jet.
Sent: Sunday, June 21, 2015 10:35 PM
Subject: BVM Jets at Udvar-hazy museum for become a pilot day
from left to right: Charlie Koustenis,
Kwang Ko, Alexis and Marty DeConcilis
Hi hope you are doing well. We set up display at
museum every year. Everyone loves BVM F-16 and Cougar.
From: Rick Greer
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2015 4:16 PM
Hello Patty, and Bob,
Here are a couple of photos of the Cougar I got from you guys at the
Florida Jets rally. Kwang and I have flown it several times now and
just wanted to let you know I am very happy with it. The color
scheme really pops and has high visibility when its in the air.
Thanks Again....and the F16 from your inventory will definitely be
next on my list!
Scale ● Aerobatic ●Trainer
Cougar customers have bragged about how easy
their BVM PNP F-9F is to fly at their club
field. Rodney Wilkinson from Wasilla, Alaska is
one such happy jet pilot. He called just to tell
us about how his buddies have some so called
“Jet Trainers” and after watching Rodney fly,
they were impressed with the BVM Cougar
fulfilling that role.
As for its aerobatic capabilities, the BVM Demo Pilots demonstrate them
at the jet events. BV actually performed outside
loops and inverted reverse Cuban Eights at Top
Gun 2015 (http://www.bvmjets.com/HotShots/TG2015/TG2015.htm).
The judges were impressed for sure.
So, is it really possible to have scale looks, aerobatic performance, and
easy trainer-like flying capabilities? Those who
own and fly the Cougar think so, and prove it at
the flying field every weekend.
Rodney, Cougar, and a
terrific grass strip in Alaska.
Rodney in his own words.
Date: Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 8:08 AM
Subject: Alaskan Cougar
please find the photo of my recently purchased
F9F-6 Cougar from BVM. This has been a great
plane for getting into turbine powered models.
as Bob said it would, very smoothly and lands
effortlessly. Even my jet instructor has
commented on how nice it flies compared to other
"trainer" jets that are not scale. Thanks to
you, Bob and the BVM staff for helping me to get
into this great area of the RC hobby!
From: Danny Collier
Sent: Friday, May 29, 2015 3:51 PM
Subject: Subject photos of a happy customer
Hi Patty and Heather
Here is the attached photos of my BVM F9F Cougar I would like to
say thank you and the BVM team for a well thought out design and
Build. She went together easy, the manual was well thought out
she is powered by a JetCat P90rxi and Dx18. I couldn't be more
happier for a great flying airplane. She is a keeper and I'm
looking forward to many more flights.
Roberto Zelaya from El Salvador - maiden
From: Buzz light
Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2015 8:20 PM
To: Patty Generali
Subject: BVM F9F-6 Cougar
attached a couple of photos of Brad Hughe's and Tim Len's BVM
Cougar's From this weekend. Thank you for your help on these
airplanes, they both fly great and are truly enjoying.
Roberto Zelaya from El Salvador with his new
PNP Cougar. The "Tripple Stick" scheme is popular and visible.
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